Park Hotel Roma Cassia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... business, prostitution, cult and the administration of justice took place. The Roman Forum was designed by the architect Vitruvius with proportions 3:2 (length to width). For centuries, the Forum was the site of the city's most important public buildings, such as the Arch of Septimius Severus, built in AD203 and the Roman Forum Rostra or platforms for public speeches. The reliefs on the triple arch represented many of Rome's victories over oriental tribes and the ...
... a kiss of greeting. We had finally made it. After six months of planning to be at the Olimpico on this specific day, we had made it.
Having qualified for the Champions League for the first time since 2007, the fans were in full voice as they egged their team on in the closing minutes towards kick-off.
I had been at the Olimpico before, for last year’s Roman derby Coppa Italia, but I never sat in the Tribuna Tevere.
... torture and kill people. With that in mind, we decided to check out Rome's historic Jewish Ghetto. The area was a bit run down and depressed, but it had a scrappiness which appealed. We got a cappuccino, sat outside at a cafe, and had a classic Italian experience of sitting peacefully and watching life go by. There was an Israeli family that sat next to us. It interesting to realize how this is a benefit of the historic Jewish diaspora: you'll find ...
... wall of the Vatican. The Pope has such a large property...we were a little confused as to why he needed that much space. It was such a long and unnecessary walk but now we have a wonderful memory and we laughed so much during it. We eventually made it and enjoyed the hugeness of the Basilica and looked at all the artwork. As we left it started to rain and the metro was super crowded, so by the time we got home we were exhausted. We didn't really do much after. We ...
... with an experienced guide, it all comes together. One story is of the barbarians trying to destroy churches by attempting to pull them down using chains. You can see etched into the pillars where the chains would have rubbed gouging holes. They were unsuccessful at the time and the said pillars still stand today thousands of years later!! Walking to the top of the hill known as the Palatine Hill also home to the vestigavle virgins, we were shown ...